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Over the past few days I’ve shared how we do birdwatching at our home and how other families encourage birding in their homes. I thought it might also be helpful to share what resources we have in the bird corner in our playroom that we use frequently.
by Deanna Brandt
Whenever we identify a new bird, we always record it in our bird journals. Lucy has this bird journal for kids. We record the information together, and she draws a picture of the bird.
by Rite in the Rain
This is what I use to record my bird sightings. Of course, you could just use a regular notebook!
by Bill Thompson III
This is Lucy’s official bird book. I love helping her locate birds we’ve found in it. It’s a great way to practice using nonfiction resources!
by Miklos D. F. Udvardy
And this is my official bird book I use to identify birds we spot.
by Sy Barlowe
Lucy has loved this sticker book. She also uses it as a resource when identifying birds~ it’s much easier for her to use this one on her own.
by Kevin Henkes
One of our favorite Kevin Henkes books!